Why do we all need Markethive friends? This is a simple but very important question. The simple answer is that our number of friends determines our reach on Markethive. In other words, when you post something on the News Feed on Markethive, your post will be seen only by those Markethivers who are your friends. The more friends you have, the more people will see your information.
There is an exception to this, however, because you can use the "BOOST" option to send out a post to the entire subscribed Markethive membership. This is something, by the way, that no other social or market network offers to its subscribers.
The reason I am writing this is today I realized that my counter of friends in Markethive has just chalked up another thousand friends. To put it in seasonal terms, the more friends, the merrier.
When you see the announcement of someone who has just joined Markethive, it is important to send them an invitation. You may never get another chance to send them an invitation. Also is it a nice gesture to follow up in a few days and offer them a tip of Markethive coins, and let them know who you are. Even more important is to follow up with your Associates, those who have accepted your invitation to join Markethive.
What is the old expression, "the squeaky wheel gets the oil"? It is important to be a squeaky wheel here in Markethive. The oil is Markethive coin which you should use liberally and be generous with it. It is also anything you do here in Markethive, your News Feed Posts, your comments, your blog post, feeding the vault, etc. In addition, when you find a particularly useful post or blog post, make sure to offer a tip as well.
This just makes the wagon wheel of Markethive operate smoothly. Thanks for your time.
Best of success in all your endeavors.
John Lombaerde – A leading E1 Markethive Entrepreneur
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